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Causes of Am. Rev

Causes of the American Revolution

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War ending in 1763 with the Treaty of Paris that gave Britain land in North America as far west as the Mississippi River, and put Britain in DEBT French and Indian War
Victor of the French and Indian War Britain defeated France/Natives
British king during the American Revolution George III
British action to avoid increasing tensions with the Natives and reduce cost of defending the colonists Royal Proclamation of 1763
how the Royal Proclamation tried to reduce tension with the natives, although many colonists disregarded the law because Britain couldn't enforce it by forbidding settlers to move WEST, past the Appalachian Mountains
Parliament law of 1765 that taxed anything printed on paper (newspaper, playing cards, letters) in order to raise money to pay off debt Stamp Act
Group started by Samuel Adams of Boston, to share information about protests with other colonies Committees of Correspondence
protest method where people refuse to buy products from England in order to hurt the economy and force a change in laws boycott
what the colonists did that caused Britain to repeal (remove) the Stamp Act boycott British goods
After the repeal of the Stamp Act, King George III approved THIS act, that bascially said Parliament had full authority over the colonies Declaratory Act
Act of Parliament that forced colonists to house British soldiers (known as Red Coats) in thier homes and feed them; Red Coats were used as tax collectors and colonists did not like having them there Quartering Act
Blank search warrants that Red Coats used to search colonial homes and ships, looking for smuggled goods. If the British even suspected items were smuggled, they were taken writs of assistance
A deadly riot in which 5 colonists were killed in Boston in 1770 after an angry mob gathered around British soldiers/tax collectors Boston Massacre
one sided information meant to influence one's opinion, such as Paul Revere's engraving of the Boston Massacre that increased colonists' hatred towards the British propaganda
Future president who defended the British soldiers in court after the Boston Massacre, arguing everyone had the right to a fair trial John Adams
Act that gave a British Tea Company sole rights to sell tea in the colonies, so that import taxes could be made by Britain Tea Act
Protest group led by Samuel Adams that illegally boarded ships with tea in Boston Harbor, and dumped the cargo in what became known as the Boston Tea Party Sons of Liberty
Britain's punishment to Boston for the Tea Party, where Boston was not allowed to trade, not allowed to have town meetings... Coercive Acts
What the colonists called the Coercive Acts because they felt like the laws were so BAD Intolerable Acts
Taxes on tea, glass, paper, ect that the Daughter's of Liberty protested by making their own cloth Townshend Acts
Series of laws that controlled the trade of the colonies, making the colonies only trade with Britain Navigation Acts
Act of 1733 that taxed sugar from French territory, that led to colonial smuggling Sugar Act
Defendants accused to smuggling were considered guilty until... proven innocent
to remove (such as to remove a law) repeal
why the colonists developed their own representative governments, had self government.... Britain was too far away to keep tight control (salutary neglect)
Created by: lauren.davis